Universities are pushing back on students’ claims that they are entitled to refunds due to the inadequacy of remote learning, a New York federal judge struck down some federal limits to paid coronavirus leave, and Microsoft has been accused of breaching a lease when it opted not to reopen a store closed down due to the pandemic.

While courts across the country are altering procedures, restricting access and postponing certain cases to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, the outbreak has also prompted a wave of new litigation across the country.

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